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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

1993-94 Cincinnati

29

42.2

40.4

66.9

1.3

0.4

9.0

2.0

16.0

DIV I Totals

29

42.2

40.4

66.9

1.3

0.4

9.0

2.0

16.0

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0 #14 Guest 2010-11-22 10:50
I'm briana wingfield his 2nd oldest daughter ii do not feel sorry or ashame 4 my father he has done nothing the 18 years ii been breathing if it wasnt 4 my lovely hardworking mom, who ii thank GOD. 4 everyday & my grandparents ii would not be the young lady ii have grown 2 be today.
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0 #13 Guest 2009-11-05 09:24
please stop talkin bout my brother and my father we are family no dna can prove s*** my father abused my mother and it is already hella hard for life im 12 my bro is 15 ima girl he a boy get a life *******
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-1 #12 Guest 2009-09-25 21:34
If you can't say anything good about the dead, keep your mouth shut. Just you talking negative about him is a sin.
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-1 #11 Guest 2009-08-23 14:17
Don has overcame a lot in his life and is giving back to his city in a major way...how easy and conviently leave out this man was in a major car accident which broke his back...But to know Don now...is to know a great man...Thx Don
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0 #10 GUEST 2009-04-19 18:38
15 yr. old child need to find Dontonio Wingfield for a DNA TEST. Any info please contact this web cite back.
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0 #9 Guest 2009-04-19 18:00
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Listen to the ********** that wrote that bout my cousin, you don't know him homie, so don't **** bout him. And I bet yall aint got **** going on with yall life because if yall did, yall wouldnt be talking bout cousin. That ***** betta than a whole lot ****** that was playing then and ****** thats playing now.
It isn't that serious, homie. lol!
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0 #8 Guest 2009-03-23 09:36
He should have taken care of all his children!!!
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0 #7 Guest 2009-02-17 15:21
Yup . His son goes to my sons school p
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0 #6 Jay 2008-12-09 09:18
Dude was the best player on 4 state championships, enough said
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0 #5 JJ 2008-09-16 19:59
Some of you may consider Wingfield a "failure" for various reasons. Like many of the supposed draft busts whom are criticized, they may attribute it to one or more stuff like no playing time, people in front of him, beef with the coaching staff, drugs or other stuff, or because the dude can't play in the league, even if it's not true. But when you consider that he was a second rounder who made it to the league, in an era where most don't get a stiff, the term "bust" is hardly the case. And he isn't a "disgrace" either, considering his collegiate success.

Everyone in actuality, though, knows that if the dude made it to the league, as in the NBA, that he can actually play and school us regular dudes. If he played against average joes in rec leagues, he'd put up 100 points no problem.

But I don't consider a second rounder who didn't last five years a failure or a bust, he's successful because he made it this far to the league. He's probably as good as Hansbrough or Arthur Johnson. It's just the dude had Shawn Kemp in front of him, a would've been hall of famer had the Cavs not screwed him up with the slow down system, and he didn't get minutes. Had he gotten minutes, we wouldn't be having this discussion.
He is not a "bust" nor a "disgrace," and he did play in the NBA playoffs, which 99% of us can't say. In terms of public perception, some may criticize him, but he tore up college. Playing against shmoes in the rec league doesn't help a guy improve, playing against real talented dudes does. I can't blame him for going after one year because he destroyed the collegiate level. If you look at his numbers, he would've gone maybe late 1st round in the 2008 draft. There's no denying 16 pts and 9 rebounds makes for a great season. The seemingly lack of NBA "success" doesn't take away from him as a person. Making the NBA is a lot harder than many people think, and he made a level that 99% of us didn't have.
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